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=== [[Towards sustainable economies]] ===
[https://www.newprosperitydevon.co.uk/ New Prosperity Devon], Towards secure livelihoods and wellbeing for all, ''added 16:58, 7 May 2020 (UTC)''
=== Trees, woodland and forest ===
=== Trees, woodland and forest ===

Latest revision as of 16:58, 7 May 2020


Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Local sustainability initiatives[edit]

Please see our local pages via the Devon category, where of course you can share any more information you may have about local sustainability initiatives.

Initiatives by topic[edit]


Devon Wildlife Trust is aided by around 800 registered volunteers which help with running 12 local groups and habitat management work on the charity's nature reserves. [1] - Wembury Marine Centre

Climate action[edit]

See List of climate assemblies, Devon

Dartmoor Circle - Bovey Climate Action

Community currencies activism[edit]

Exeter Pound

Community energy[edit]

exeter community energy

Education for sustainability[edit]

Embercombe - Growing Devon Schools - Okehampton College, Energy Efficiency

Ethical consumerism[edit]

Plastic bag ban: In April 2007 local traders in Modbury, Devon declared that for environmental reasons, they would no longer give customers plastic bags. This initiative led to other communities across the UK pursuing similar enterprises. [2]

Food activism[edit]

Rising temperatures have led to Devon becoming the first place in modern Britain to cultivate olives commercially. [3]

Barnstaple Pannier Market - Bovey Community Garden - Home Grown Community Owned - Landmatters Co-operative Permaculture Project - Real Food Store, Exeter's first community owned food store


Neighbourhood Health Watch, connecting trusted community support for health


Reduce, reuse, repair and recycle[edit]

Devon Community Composting Network - Devon Community Recycling Network - Proper Job, Chagford - Recycle Devon

Rural sustainability[edit]

Community Council of Devon

Social inclusion[edit]

Towards sustainable economies[edit]

New Prosperity Devon, Towards secure livelihoods and wellbeing for all, added 16:58, 7 May 2020 (UTC)

Trees, woodland and forest[edit]

Broadhempston Community Woodland, located in Teignbridge, South Devon.

News and comment[edit]


Tree Trail aims to highlight village’s unique species, Jul 18 [4]


Devon County Council wins public sector sustainability award, Dec 7 [5]

Electric bike scheme first to be launched in the UK, Oct 13 [6]

Landmatters eco-community in Devon wins fight to remain, Jul 27 [7]

Exeter cycle network approved, Jun 12 [8]


Calling all rural pubs in Devon for diversification, September 29 [9]

How does the Exeter Pound build fairness? September 25 [10]

Exeter Pound launched with plea to support city's independent businesses, September 1 [11]



August 11 - 14 Off Grid Festival

February 23 - April 3 Save Stewart Wood, Wray Valley

Local communities in Devon[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Devon

External links[edit]



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